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The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 1 Section 16 Summary

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Chapter 1 Section 16 Summary

The gunslinger heads toward Kennerly's to retrieve his mule. The air over Tull is dead quiet. Kennerly is waiting for him and asks if he is leaving before the storm. The gunslinger tells him yes, he is leaving and asks for his mule. The gunslinger sees the man look over his shoulder, grinning and he steps out of the way just in time to miss being hit in the head by a piece of stove wood thrown by Kennerly's eldest daughter Soobie.

Soobie looks at the gunslinger dully as she puts her finger in her mouth. Kennerly attempts to explain or apologize, but the gunslinger simply ignores the whole event and prods the man to get his mule. Kennerly shuffles to retrieve the mule. He comes back with the mule. As the gunslinger leaves, Kennerly tells his daughter to tend to her sister and she...

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